Magnolia Park unleash new pop-punk anthem, Addison Rae

Magnolia Park take “you back to the height of ’00s pop-punk” with their new single Addison Rae.

Magnolia Park unleash new pop-punk anthem, Addison Rae
Emily Carter

Florida pop-punks Magnolia Park are on a prolific streak right now, dropping another new single and video.

New track Addison Rae follows Don’t Be Racist and I should’ve listened to my friends, both of which were released last month.

Guitarist Tristan Torres shares of their latest effort: “Addison Rae brings you back to the height of ’00s pop-punk with its infectious chorus and unbelievably catchy lyrics that make you want to learn every word.”

Watch the video for Addison Rae below:

Earlier this year, we put Magnolia Park on the cover of Kerrang! to celebrate the release of their Heart Eater EP, and frontman Joshua Roberts revealed of how their forward-thinking pop-punk sound came about: “A couple of the guys came to the rest of us and said, ‘Hey, we’ve been working on some stuff that’s a little different and we want to know what you think.’

“Up until that point we were just a little pop-punk band with no layers underneath the songs and nothing auxiliary in there to augment the music – it was real bare-bones stuff. But then we started doing something that was completely different to what other bands were doing at the time.”

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